Monday, 12 November 2012

Where are the clowns when you need them?


A question that used to be asked about cops, before incidents of unleashed violence, illegal brutality and sexual abuse seemingly became the operating mode and not an exception, this query seems more appropriate, in terms of clowns dealing effectively with some very nasty people.

The National Socialist Movement held a rally at the old City Hall site in Uptown Saturday.

The group says the annual event was meant to bring attention to illegal immigration and other crimes in the nation.

Leaders say they chose North Carolina because of the growing illegal immigration in this part of the country.

The rally drew hundreds but the majority were counter-protestors led by the Latin American Coalition. Anarchists and members of the Occupy movement were also in attendance.

Noise from the counter protestors who circled around NSM members largely drowned out the speeches made from a podium.

Some news reports claim the protestors outnumbered the NSM and KKK supporters 5 to 1.

More here and here.

Grand merci to Charles Johnson on Twitter.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Clowns for good, instead of evil!


Sixth Estate said...

I've never really understood neo-Nazi groups. I can understand fetus fetishists. But neo-Nazis?

What thought process do you have to go through to get to the point where you say "you know what we need more of these days? Nazis!"

Anonymous said...

Okay, I have to admit, my first thought when I saw the post title was, "yawn, michelle duggar is pregnant yet again..."

I much prefer this type of clown activity :)


Niles said...

Same process that gets you a fetus fetishist really. Lack of and innoculation against factual information, reinforcement by parental/peer group/religious and 'academic' groups. Tribalist isolationism offering class privilege bolstered by full metal fabrication by authority figures manipulating people in pain confusedly looking for a magic solution to their troubles.

Nazi is just German for "burn the witch!"

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